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Starch chemistry and technology by Roy L. Whistler

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Published by Academic P in New York .
Written in English


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Statementedited by Roy L. Whistler, Eugene F. Paschall; assistant editors J.N. Bemiller, Hugh J. Roberts. Vol. 1, Fundamental aspects.
ContributionsPaschall, Eugene F.
The Physical Object
Pagination579p. :
Number of Pages579
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Open LibraryOL19610709M

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